the funds

CFSKY empowers and strengthens the resources already within the community, providing an easy and effective vehicle for people to achieve their charitable dream. We maximize a donor’s gift through cutting-edge planned giving and sound, pooled investing, all while keeping a finger on the pulse of the community—serving to connect people and resources to build a vision for a better tomorrow.

Donate to any of these funds online. If you have any questions contact us at 270-904-2079 or by email: jenniferw@cfsky.org.

Arts of Southern Kentucky

In late 2020, Orchestra Kentucky merged into Arts of Southern Kentucky, Inc., which was created to manage The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center.
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Birdies for Brittney

The fund was created in memory of Brittney Gorman Parrish.
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BG Junior Women's Club Fund

The fund supports the Bowling Green Jr Women's Club charitable efforts.
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BG Rotary Foundation

This fund supports the Bowling Green Rotary Club's efforts to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.
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BG/WC Recovery Fund

On December 11, 2021, Bowling Green/Warren County received a severe storm that created several touchdowns of tornados in the community. All told a total of three tornados hit the area ranging up to an EF2. BG/WC Long-term Recovery Group will provide coordinated management of the long-term recovery to residents and provide additional long-term assistance to individuals affected by the disaster who do not have adequate personal resources for basic needs as a result of the disaster.
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CASA of South Central Kentucky

Court Appointed Special Advocates [CASA] of South Central KY is dedicated to preventing and eliminating further trauma to children. This fund helps them work toward that goal.
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Centers for Hope

Centers for Hope offer pregnancy services, individual, marriage, and group counseling for a variety of life's circumstances and seasons.
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Community Foundation Impact Fund

The Community Foundation Impact Fund gives the Community Foundation the ability to respond to pressing and often changing charitable needs in the community. The Grant Committee each year determines how grants will be distributed through a grant cycle where non-profits apply for funding.
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David B. Moore Scholarship Fund

This Fund honors the legacy of David B Moore, a 1976 graduate of Bowling Green High School and provides scholarships each year. Scholarship eligibility is intended for Black seniors at Bowling Green High School interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in a S.T.E.M. discipline leading to enrollment in Medical School and the pursuit of a career in Medicine.
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Foundry Christian Community Center Fund

This fund was established to support into perpetuity its mission to transform the lives of children and families living in the West End of Bowling Green through education, health and wellness and spiritual development.
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Friends of Lost River Cave Fund

Lost River Cave exists to educate and enrich lives through connections with nature. When you contribute, you support better mental and physical health in our community; you care for the Cave and 72-acre greenspace; and most importantly, you help kids unplug to discover the wonders of Kentucky's natural resources and experience the incredible world in which they live. With help from donors, like you, we are transforming the 72-acre park to serve the region's students, families, and visitors from near and far.
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Friends of Riverview

This fund provides support for the Riverview House Museum. The original contribution was gifted by Jane Hines Morningstar.
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Hillvue Heights Fund

This Fund was established to provide support for the various services and programs of Hillvue Heights Church.
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Historic Rail Park
L&N Depot

The current L&N Depot was built in 1925 to replace an older station. At one time, over 20 trains per day departed the current site, providing a hub for Bowling Green’s economic foundation and exposure to travelers between Louisville, KY and Nashville, TN. All gifts to this fund are utilized in the continuation of the goals and efforts to produce an interactive museum of Smithsonian quality; the ongoing restoration efforts on the railcars, as well as the cost of research, construction, maintenance, and acquisition of artifacts within the displays, exhibits, and galleries.
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HOTEL INC Foundation Fund

The Mission of HOTEL INC is to advocate, educate, empower and share in the work of our community to ensure all people have security through safe, affordable housing, health care and nutritious food. Their vision is to have a community where each person is valued and has an equal opportunity to thrive.
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Investing in the Future

This fund was established to provide support for the infrastructure of the Community Foundation of South Central Kentucky.
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Jerry E. Baker Designated Fund

This fund supports Phoenix theatre, Med Health Community Clinic, Orchestra Kentucky, WKU Symphony and Boys & Girls club of BG annually.
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John B Gaines Fund

This fund supports the  Warren County Public Library in their efforts to provide equal access to the discovery of ideas, the joy of reading, and the power of information.
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Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky

This fund was established to provide annual scholarships to be administered through the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement and activities that focus on using hands-on experiences to help young people understand the economics of life.
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Kentucky Kids on the Block

This fund supports the local chapter of Kids on the Block. This international organization seeks to teach children acceptance of each other by recognizing their differences, thus enabling them to make safer and healthier life choices.
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Laura Turner Dugas Fund for Allen County

This fund was started by the Laura Goad Turner Charitable Foundation by way of a $400,000 matching gift. It gives grants to non-profits serving or operating in Allen County. The fund's goal is to help non-profits in Allen County meet current and emerging needs. The fund operates through a competitive grant process.
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Lee Eric Drake Foundation

The mission of the fund is to raise awareness towards the prevention of suicide and treatment of mental illness in the community served by the Foundation.
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Martha Ann Deputy "Mom" Scholarship Fund

Humanitarian and philanthropist Marty Deputy established the fund to aid refugees seeking higher education degrees. Marty's passion in life was helping refugees. She and her husband Kenneth "Kenny" opened their hearts and home to those seeking a better life. Never one to refuse anyone in need, she is known as "Mom" to thousands.
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South Union Shaker Village

This fund supports the local Shaker Museum in their endeavors to share Shaker culture and history specifically supporting the acquisition and purchase of historical items and exhibits.
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The Boys & Girls Club

This fund supports the mission of the club to “To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.”  The Boys & Girls Club was established to enable all young people, especially those in need to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
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The Legion Fund

The Legion fund supports nonprofits that help members of Fort Campbells 5th special forces group-airborne and their families. Your gift supports critical intervention points in the lives of these heroes. Support includes meeting expenses for medical treatments and therapy not met through traditional military channels, covering hotel and transportation costs for family members of Fallen Heroes, providing merit-based educational scholarships for 5th Group children, and facilitating decompression and counseling needs for Soldiers and their families. Ten percent of your gift will be placed in The Legion Fund’s Broken Arrow Endowment account, a reserve fund to ensure long-term financial stability for 5th Group.
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Vickie Renshaw Foundation

This fund was created in honor of Vickie Renshaw to support charitable organizations. The mission is to continue her legacy of enhancing the quality of life for residents of South Central and Western Kentucky through support of children and families, education, and arts and culture. Vickie and Dan Renshaw have always held a firm belief in giving back through their charitable endeavors with numerous community organizations. Vickie was the driving force to step up and help wherever she could.
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Warren County Public Library

The Warren County Public Library Fund supports its mission of providing equal access to the discovery of ideas, the joy of reading and the power of information. This fund serves to enhance their programs and services.
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Waylon Richey Memorial Fund

This fund will support general needs in the community each year in memory of Waylon Richey.
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The Women's Fund of South Central Kentucky

The Women’s Fund is an initiative to bring women together for the purpose of making a positive impact on lives of women and children of South Central Kentucky, now and forever by collectively funding significant grants to charitable initiatives with the same purpose.
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a variety of giving options

You may donate to any of these funds online. If you prefer or have questions, please call 270-904-2079 or email: jenniferw@cfsky.org.

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